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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffThe_Emperor_Of_Television Date: Oct 11, 2013 5:58pm
Forum: classic_tv Subject: I sit staring at the computer screen. I'm bored. No, I cannot help quigs with his question. What should I do? Need recommendations for 1950s music TV series

After a semi-interesting day yesterday (when I took some photos with two old 1980s Soviet cameras and got addicted to a 1984/1985 Japanese video game called "Tennis"), I've been very bored today. Earlier I submitted to IMDb pages for two old TV series of the 1950s that very few people has heard of, both Australian, "The Joe McCormick Show" (a variety series) and "What's in the Picture" (a game show). I doubt they'll accept either submission, and I probably screwed up the submissions anyway. I also made a Wikipedia page for a 1959-1960 Australian series called "Words and Music", but they'll probably delete it. It's such a horrible page as I could locate little information on the series, which featured Milton Saunders (a regular personality on early Australian television, but totally forgotten even by people in Sydney who watched TV back then. I don't think his various series were ever shown in Melbourne, hence my grandmother wouldn't remember watching him)

But anyway, I'm bored. I'm in the mood for a 1950s (or 1940s, or even 1960s) music TV program. Excluding my own submissions (such as "Your Hit Parade" and "Coke Time"), could someone please recommend me some to check out on the Internet Archive? I'm particularly interested in "pop music" (in the broadest sense of the term) and jazz (I've already viewed "Jazz Party" uploaded by ?). Any recommendations would be much appreciated.

This post was modified by The_Emperor_Of_Television on 2013-10-12 00:58:07